The National Insurance increase is impossible to justify. People living in expensive homes should pay their way when they go into care.
As Catherine Rowett suggested in your recent article, it seems likely that working people will have to pay a significant increase in their “national insurance” tax to pay for care for the elderly.
Living free from violence is a human right. Is the government prepared to do what is needed to achieve this for women and girls?
The effects of increasing marketisation in higher education have left students paying extortionately high fees for a product regardless of its quality.
Make not paying your full tax bill, at 22 per cent up to the top rate of 40 per cent, a strict liability offence for which there is no defence. Put avoidance on a par with evasion.
The government’s planned cuts to Universal Credit will hit one family in five in East Anglia. Will the region’s Conservative MPs dare to back the Chancellor’s plan?
A recent study by the Wildlife Science Centre looked at the response of wolf cubs and puppies to humans. The wolves displayed no great affinity to humans or their offspring. The dog pups showed an immediate affinity. Why?
As we emerge from the Covid lockdown, the government faces a difficult decision on whether to scrap the triple lock on state pensions. Millions of pensioners stand to gain an eight percent pay rise, at a time when Universal Credit is to be reduced and NHS staff are being offered three percent.
Will Brexit close all our pubs and restaurants? Was it due to staff shortages or distribution that finding a meal was a challenge?